Theories Of Personality Quiz 4

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1.  The person-centered view of human nauture is
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2.  Person-centered therapy is best described as:
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3.  Person-centered therapy is a form of:
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4.  What is the central variable related to progress in person-centered therapy
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5.  "Therapist congruence" is a term that refers to the therapist's:
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6.  Which of the following is NOT a key concept of the person-centered approach
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7.  The person-centered therapist is best described as
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8.  THe concept of "unconditional postive regard" implies:
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9.  "Accurate empathetic understanding" refers to the therapist's ability to
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10.  Which techniques are most often used int he person-centered approach
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11.  What is a limitation of person-centered therapy
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12.  One point of disagreemnet between existential and humanistic thought involves
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13.  According to Rogerian therapy, an "internal source of evaluation" is defined as
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14.  Which of the following personal characterisitcs of the therapist is most important, according to Rogers
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15.  A consistent theme that underlies most of Roger's writings :
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16.  From Roger's persepctive the client/therapist relationship is characterized by
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17.  As a result of experiencing person-centered therapy, it is hypothesized that the client will more toward:
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18.  According to Rogers, the three core coniditions that create a growth-promoting climate are
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19.  Accurate empathy helps clients to
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20.  One of the limitations of the person-centered approach for counseling ethnic-minorities clients is
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21.  Roger's approach is based on the assumpion that humans can be trusted, that clients can find thier own way without directive interpretation from therapists, and that clietns have a growth urge.
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22.  The person-centered approach is based on a set of therapeutic tehniques designed to promote behavior change.
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